On 30th January 2018, We visited CDF funded projects in Kinoo ward in a monitoring and evaluation exercise. We are working on fast tracking the completion of the ongoing project at HGM primary and also looking into upcoming projects which we plan to embark on at Kinoo police post, Mama Ngina Primary and the new mama Ngina Snr secondary school. The Chief’s road currently under rehabilitation by the county government
In 2013, i made a promise. To Transform Kikuyu and Change Lives. I pledged to work towards bringing health services closer to the people. Last week Friday 12th Feb 2016, we officially handed over the last three health facilities that we have developed through CDF to the County government of Kiambu as we promised. The facilities include new wards at Lusegetti subdistrict hospital, a New Dispensary at Kerwa and another
During the financial year 2012/2013 KES 4,000,000 was allocated for Construction of Male & Female wards and an additional of KES 2,000,000 for the financial year 2013/2014 was apportioned for further construction of the two wards. In the financial year 2014/2015 KES 1,000,000 was allocated for completion of sanitary facilities (toilet and septic tank) and painting.
In the financial year 2014/2015 KES 3,000,000 was allocated for construction of a new dispensary.
Accessing health services has been for a long time a major problem in Kinoo and its interiors mainly because it lacked an affordable medical center. At the beginning of the financial year 2014/2015 KES 3,000,000 was allocated for the construction of a new dispensary in Kinoo( Observation room, pharmacy, treatment room, store and an outside toilet). The dispensary is now complete and is awaiting official handing over to the county
Sigona Ward did not have a maternity hospital, over the years women have been seeking maternity facilities from Kikuyu mission hospital and the nearby private clinics. In 2012/2013 KES 2,000,000 was allocated by Kikuyu CDF for Construction of a storeyed maternity wing ( Roofing, plastering, Fixing Doors & Windows). Year 2013/2014 KES 3,000,000 was allocated for completion of the project. Kari Health centre is now complete and was handed over to the county government